Table of contents for Reconceiving schizophrenia / edited by Man Chung, Bill Fulford and George Graham.

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1Introduction: On Reconceiving of Schizophrenia1
Man Cheung Chung, K.W.M. Fulford, and George Graham
2They Diagnosed Me a Schizophrenic When I Was Just a Gemini. The Other Side of Madness11
Colin King
3Conceptions of Schizophrenia29
Man Cheung Chung
4Explaining Schizophrenia: The Relevance of Phenomenology63
Louis Sass and Josef Parnas
5Schizophrenic Delusion and Hallucination as the Expression and Consequence of an Alteration of the Existential A Prioris97
Alfred Kraus
6Schizophrenia: A PhenomenologicalAnthropological Approach113
Osborne P Wiggins and Michael A Schwartz
7Schizophrenia and the Sixth Sense129
Giovanni Stanghellini
8The Paralogisms of Psychosis151
Grant Gillett
9How to Move Beyond the Concept of Schizophrenia167
Jeffrey Poland
10The Delusional Stance193
G. Lynn Stephens and George Graham
11Against the Belief Model of Delusion217
Andy Hamilton
12The Clinicians Illusion and Benign Psychosis235
Mike Jackson
13Defining Persecutory Paranoia255
Jennifer Radden
14The Functions of Delusional Beliefs275
Peter Kinderman and Richard Bentall
15The Logical Basis of MetaNarratives297
Rom Harr
16Suspicions of Schizophrenia307
Eric Matthews

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Delusions -- psychology.
Schizophrenic Psychology.